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6 highest-selling smartphones in the world

The year 2020 has not been good for the global smartphone market. Multiple reports have shown that the coronavirus pandemic led to huge decline in smartphone sales globally. It continues to ravage the industry, with some analysts seeing growth coming in 2021.

Wonder which are the smartphones that sold most during these trying first sixth months for the smartphone industry?

Analytics company Omdia recently published a list of the top 10 best-selling phones globally during the first half of the year 2020.

 Here’s over to the names …

  • The 2019’s most affordable iPhone is the highest selling smartphone in the world. Apple sold 37.7 million iPhone 11 in the first half of 2020, as per the report. iPhone 11 is currently available at a starting price of Rs 64,900.
  • At No. 2 is Samsung Galaxy A51, with 11.4 million sales. This makes the smartphone the highest-selling Android smartphone in the world for the first six months of the year 2020. The handset is currently available at a starting price of Rs 23,999.
  • At third position is Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 8 smartphone that raked 11 million in sales, as per the report. Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 is available at a starting price of Rs12,799.
  • At No. 4 is another Xiaomi smartphone, Redmi Note 8. Launched last year, it was the first gaming smartphone from the company. The phone is available at a starting price of around Rs 17,000.
  • Another Apple smartphone in the list is the company’s latest launch – iPhone SE. It surely is a feat for a smartphone that launched in April 2020. iPhone SE sales stand at 8.7 million units as per the report. In India, iPhone SE is selling at Rs 37,900.
  • The 2019’s most-popular smartphone continues to find buyers this year as well. Apple iPhone XR is ranked at number 6 on the list, with 8 unit sales. It is available at a starting price of Rs 47,500.

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